Across the country, families and individuals ventured to cemeteries—some sporting masks as mandated by Los Angeles County—to pay their respects.
The wreck happened around 3:30 p.m. on the transition road from the northbound 405 Freeway to the northbound 710 Freeway.
Organized by D-Day Squadron, the 90-minute flight path took the squadron over dozens of Southern California city’s in Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties, with 20 designated flyover points. In Long Beach, the planes flew over the VA hospital and the Queen Mary.
No one can be happier about the reopening of Long Beach’s dog parks than dog owners. No—make that the dogs.
Five hundred dollars, when it comes to visits to the vet or an auto mechanic, is the new $20 bill.
Long Beach-based Virgin Orbit failed Monday on its 1st attempt to launch a test satellite into space aboard a rocket carried aloft by a Boeing 747.
California health officials today gave the go-ahead for counties to reopen in-store retail shopping statewide, a major step in California’s emergence from shutdown orders issued in March to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
As long as local health officials give the go-ahead, California churches can resume in-person services, the state said today.
The interchange of the 605 Freeway at Katella Avenuewill be designated the United States Army Sergeant Thomas R. MacPherson Memorial Interchange, according to Laura Herzog of honoringourfallen.org.
Long Beach-based Virgin Orbit could see the 1st full-scale demonstration of its LauncherOne orbital launch system today.